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it. >> s'mores. >> a barbecue gone bad. >> cannibalistic self-barbecue. the equally to blame thing i have to admit i don't put stock in. if you put a poll question in people either/or you force them to choose. in the 56% are a lot of people according to previous polls that think republicans are more to blame. the way i prove that is the behavior of the president. he looks at his own polls which i'm sure are scientific and showing him, he has the upper hand politically, which is what the republicans concede as well, that is why he is driving hard bargain. the republicans are as jonah suggests desperately looking for a plan "b." i seems to be something like capitulate on the top rate. then come back next, early next year when you have leverage with the debt ceiling and try to get the spending cuts then. >> bret: speaking of polls, fox news poll out today. federal government is providing too many services. 49%. too few services 20%. right amount, 25%. lot of questions about sending. people are concerned about spending. if you ask them about it, they know pass on things to their kids gra
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, and it was an evening event and is my won't i had lunch in a down scale barbecue place and sitting there munching down on my ribs and a working man came up to me, his clothe, he was clearly involved in physical labor and so on, and he said, weren't you the secretary of defense? i said yes. and he said, well my on is a marine and than thank you for hg his back. and as i told the people with me, that kind of thing means more to me than any medal or any recognition that anybody else could give me. and i the things i write about in the book is one of the reasons i decided it was time to leave was that i had come to care so much about the troops and about protecting them that i worried that i was not giving the president the kind of advice that i should, and as i write, i got to the point where i couldn't talk about them or to them without choking up. and so that was one of the reasons why i decided it was time to leave. >> rose: meaning your heart was overwhelming you? >> yeah. i just -- their service, their sacrifice, what they were putting up with, the fact they are all volunteers, it just became overw
a big old barbecue. al was very into the barbecuing in his backyard. >> how is al doing? >> he's having a good time. >> has he gotten over it? >> i think he's gotten over it. he's become a fine wine connoisseur. we had some very nice red wine over there. >> i bet he analyzes the chemical breakdown. >> he talks a s a little about wine. >> how's meacham doing? >> meacham, you know, he's got this great book out. he's on the road. >> number one. >> number one. he's bringing al gore's book out in february. >> did y'all wear a lot of cardigans? >> he's become like a little country squire. he has. i gave him some slippers. he's got some really nice slippers. >> what i learned -- and i think there's some harold ford jr. in jon meacham because when jon decided he was going to move to nashville, you know what his first question was to julia? >> i'm going to quit talking to you. >> no filter. >> do you have a church home is the first thing. >> amen, brother. what church does the lord move in? because i'm going to be in that church when harold ford jr. kneels in the pew every sunday. that remains m
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